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JAMMU: Under the supervision of IYC Secretary In-charge J&K, Sheshpal Singh Keharwalla, scores of activists of Youth Congress under the leadership of PYC President, Pranav Shagotra on Thursday staged protest against unabated killings of civilians on the borders. Amid shouting of anti-BJP slogans, PYC activists burnt the effigy of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi for his failure to protect lives of civilians on the Line of Control (LoC) and not giving free hands to the army to give a befitting reply to Pakistan.
Expressing grave concern over unabated killings, Shagotra said that BJP led NDA Government has miserably failed to deal with the situation on the LoC. He regretted that instead of adopting aggressive posture to counter misdeeds of Pakistan, Centre government is befooling the people by mere rhetoric and speeches.
PYC President further said that after demonetisation BJP leaders including Union Government had claimed that this step would break backbone of terrorism but the recent incidents negated all claims of the BJP government. Speaking of the occasion, Keharwalla, said that BJP’s fake nationalism has been exposed and for lust of power BJP leaders can go to any extent and it is established in J and K where party leaders are shamelessly allowing killing of civilians and humiliation of soldiers just to remain in power.
Among those who joined the protest include Balbir Singh, Vinay Sharma, Rashid Malik, Charanjeet Singh, PYC General Secretaries; Chetan Wanchoo, National Coordinator; Ricky Dalotra, Anoop Gupta, Jatinder Chib, Rocky Choudhary, Aijaz Choudhary and Lucky Singh Secretaries; Shabir Kohli Media- Coordinator; Vijay Hitaishi Spokesperson; Pankaj Sharma President LYC; Ashwani Sharma General Secretary LYC; Divyansh Jamwal, Waseem Jalal and Shahrukh Batti LYC Secretaries; Akash Bharat, Vijay Tagotra, Javid Lone, Dayal Singh, Anil Kumar, Sanjeev Mathur, Dalbir Sethi, Shashi Kant, Sailesh Gupta, Mehran Anjun Mir, Vikrant Khajuria, Parikshit Shagotra, Aniket, Aman, Deepak Gupta, Gurvinder Singh Deepu, Asif Bhat, Owais Mansoor, Parvesh Sharma, Sandeep Gandotra and Ashwant Singh.
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